[RAM 2021] A View of the Future for BMI Basic Research and Clinical Applications
Join us for the first of the RAM 2021 Invited Guest speaker sessions!
NOTE: This talk has been moved to 9AM July 13th. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
This morning's talk is live from Brazil!
Miguel Nicolelis* is a world renowned expert in Brain Machine Interfaces, and today he has kindly agreed to speak to the OIST community about his research:
A View of the Future for BMI Basic Research and Clinical Applications
In this talk I will initially discuss how BMI experiments will continue to play a major role in basic research by showing how they have already allowed us to demonstrate the existence of a variety of neurophysiological functions, such as space coding and social interaction mapping, not commonly associated with the motor cortex of non-human primates. I will also describe a combination of approaches that will allow BMI to fulfill its long-anticipated mission of providing new therapies for patients suffering from severe spinal cord injuries. In this context, I will describe the clinical advantages of a protocol that combines multiple non-invasive techniques into a single neurorehabilitation approach for such patients.
Zoom Link: https://oist.zoom.us/s/88342320057
Meeting ID: 883 4232 0057
See you there!
* Duke School of Medicine Professor in Neuroscience Depts. of Neurobiology, Neurology, Biomedical Engineering, and Psychology and Neuroscience: